MANILA - Clark International Airport on Tuesday said airlines will suspend commercial flights there starting April 3 due to travel restrictions being implemented in the Philippines and abroad to check the spread of COVID-19.
P2P bus operations to and from Clark will also be suspended.
"Flights are expected to resume as travel restriction eases," Clark airport officials said in a statement.
The airport will continue to service essential cargo flights and support the government's efforts against COVID-19.
"Passengers are also encouraged to connect with their airlines for specific flight updates," airport authorities said.